Lorenzo Carter was a solid player during his 2018 rookie season. The former Georgia Bulldog looked promising in his limited playing time. Carter played just 40% of the team’s defensive snaps. When he was on the field, though, Carter was impressive. In 441 snaps, Lorenzo Carter totaled 4 sacks, 19 pressures, and 43 combined tackles. Lorenzo Carter followed up his rookie season with only 4.5 sacks in 723 snaps in 2019 (65%). His pressure rate of 59% plummeted to 29% as a sophomore as he posted only 23 pressures.
With a couple of extra pass rushers added to the mix, it is very likely that Carter’s role will be decreased in 2020. With a lesser role in 2018, Carter was solid. Playing less could lead to more success for Lorenzo Carter in his third professional season.